Meet Goals and Manage Projects through Strategic Thinking, Collaboration, and Innovation
Provide assistance writing, proofreading and copyediting for a variety of clients. Currently, work most often consists of writing email campaigns for products and informational blog content for higher education.
Served as project lead to streamline and strengthen presence online through redesign and relaunch of student blog and creation of single community hub within new, unfamiliar platform.
Assisted with all marketing campaigns that touched multiple discipline areas in higher education market. Edited incoming copy related to market emails, organized resource distribution, tabulated class tests, and planned events. Established best practices and process for teams to incorporate into workflow.
Supported marketing team for higher education computer science products. Created promotional items, designed product catalogs, implemented innovative activities to draw in crowds during events, and assisted with booth design.
There are many reasons to say ‘no’ to a project as a freelancer. You might not have time to complete it on schedule. The money might not be right. It doesn’t fall into your wheelhouse. You simply don’t want to do it. Regardless of the actual reason, what happens when you say ‘no’ to someone? Does it sever the connection? Will they offer you work down the road?
These questions trip me up any time I even think of turning down a project. It’s hard. You worry. I’ve only really said no one time,...